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Swearing-in Of Girija Prasad Koirala Postponed Due To Ill Health

The swearing-in ceremony of Nepal’s new prime minister Mr. Girija Prasad Koirala, which was scheduled to take place on Friday was put off// due to ill health, but his party sources informed that his condition is stable and improving. The 84-year-old, appointed prime minister by King Gyanendra ...

Koirala's Temptation and Gamble

... a gamble for Nepal's Prime Minister Girija Prasad koirala who, despite his indifferent health and much again...is is a new thing for Nepal," said the 84-year-old koirala who arrived here Sunday after the formation of an ... of SAARC integration, his ill-health was showing. koirala had a difficult time even standing on the stage an...

Nepal's Most Influential Woman 'Critically' Ill

...years, which has reportedly caused friction in the koirala household. Koirala's only child Sujata, who ...much less influence, party sources say. Nona koirala had been under house arrest along with koirala in 2005 after King Gyanendra seized power with the...

Fuel Price Hike Triggers Violent Protests In Nepal

...ests would snowball with one member of the seven-party government flaying the hike. The Nepal Workers and Peasants Party, that is supporting the koirala government without joining the cabinet, said the government should control corruption and over employment at the NOC to cut down losses instead of inc...

Girl Students Sexually Harassed by Security Forces in Nepal

...// Children as Zone of Peace, an umbrella of 36 rights organisations, says it has been urging the new government of Prime Minister Girija Prasad koirala to withdraw security forces from all occupied schools but to no avail. "Now there is a democratic government that says it is committed to peace ...

Needed, more space for women's sexual identity on marquees

...ted that Akshaye falls for a suitable young woman, seen at the end of the film. In "Ek Chhotisi Love Story", career-oriented single-woman Manisha koirala is depicted as a corrupter of innocence and condemned to a lonely life of remorse for seducing a young boy. In "Leela" again, the woman (Dimple K...
Koirala in Biological News

Bacterial persistence in streams

... a study on an East Tennessee river to determine the connection between watershed hydrology and fecal bacteria statistical time series analysis. Shesh koirala and colleagues report their findings in the July-August issue of the Journal of Environmental Quality . The article presents a study of the temporal ...
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